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EVENING UOIiLBTIN, NOVEMBER 21. 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Australia, lenvcs at !.
"Tiio Lost Punuliso"at tho Opera
Dr. Goorco lliukly tho doutist
has rosumod tho prnotico oC Iiib
Tho Frmvloy tuntiuoo cora
nionces ut 2 p. tn. Doors will bo
opou at 1:30.
An oloctric fan hna boon added
to tho comfort of Mrs. Irwin's box
nt tho Opera House.
Naturalist Forkina loft on the
Kiuau yostordny for nnothorthrco
months' tour of tho islands.
Sprits for tho second week of
tho Erawloy Compauy aro now ou
snlo at the Ilobron drugstore.
It was nearly 1 o'clock this
liihrniiic wlion tho ltio do Janeiro
,mnlly got away for Yokohama.
.lit til An I 1 lsxtvinnVt ft t n n - !
V li members of the National bund
,vbuu a luuu ycBtqrduy afternoon,
v y tt mi i
' mo J.iuau will uo uncle ou
AVednesday this trip, iir sho is to
go on tho marino railway for ro
Ono of tho Australia's waiters
named Georgo Halliday is at tho
Queen's Hospital, suffering from
Tho Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Society will moot at tho res
idence of Mrs. W. W. Hall at 7.30
Mrs. Captain Foley and son,
who carao down on tho whaling
bark Gayhead, leavo on tho Aus
tralia this afternoon.
Tho Board of Health and in
vited guosts loavo for Molokai in
tho sfenuior lwnlnni between 8 anil
9 o'clock this evening.
Tho program to bo rendered by
tho Hawaiian band at Mukeo
Island tomorrow afternoon ap
pears in another column.
Itov. H. H. Parkor will preach
in nativoattho Eawaiuhao church
tomorrow morning on tho topic,
"How to Moot Difficulty."
Miss Blanche Bates and other
members of tho Frawloy troupe
wore entertained by Mr. William
Lowers at his Waikiki rosidenco
Don't Foiiairr Ushors T. V. F.
"Tho Yery Finest" whiskoy ever
imported to tho Islands is now on
Bale at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
Intor-Island officials say their
new steamer will leave Sau Fran
oisco tho latter part of next week.
Shb maybe expected to arrive about
December Gth or 7th.
Mr. Jayusuraya has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso novel
ties, jowelry, etc., for tho holiday
trade. Many handsome articles
aro on exhibition at his store, 118
Tho Progressive Educator for
November is at hand. It proposes
to issuo its Tho D Class supple
ment weekly, "making it a news
and literature pnpoi for tho youth
of thiB country."
Next Saturday, Nov. 28th, will
bo tho grand opening day for
Wall, Nichols Co. Tho stock of
attractivo holiday novelties to bo
placed ou exhibition on that dato
will jxceed anything over import
ed by local houses.
Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho boIo
and oxclusivo agents for Finnoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was delivered to them today.
People on tho other islands who
wish a copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho above
Tho dinner and danco at tho
Hawaiian hotel drow out a largo
nttondanco last evening, who en
joyed tho rausio of tho old Quin
tette club of the National band.
Thn concort given by tho Hawaii
an baud was an added pleasures to
Mr. M. Lancaster, for tho past
five yeara with Mr. Hollingor tho
blaoksmith, has opened a shop of
his own at T. B. Murray's Car
riage and Wagon Manufactory
and respectfully solicits tho pa
tronage of his friends and tho
public generally. Anything in
his lino entrusted to him will re
coivo prompt and careful atten
tion. DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer,For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
J. A. Kouuedy leaves on tho
Australia this afternoon.
Frank Cooper is agaiu driving
hack for tho 290 hack stand.
Several theator narties aro ar
ranged for next Tuesday ovoniug. '
t Tho usual baud concert will bo
given at Emma Bquaro this after
noon. Captain Harry Evans reports
ovorythiug quiet along tho water
front. 0. M. Cooko and wifo aro
booked to leave for tho Coast this
Tho Ashworth liquor case, part
ly tried, haa boou again postponed
till tho 23d.
Minister Willis' horso ran away
agaiu yesterday afteruoou, but no
Tho trial of John Cristo on a
chargo of ombezzloment has been
sot for hoxt Monday.
Mrs. Hall McAllister, for many
years a luadiug society lady of
San Fraucisco, is dead.
Dr. C. B. High, dentist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Temple.
Puuahou students woro much
in ovidenco today with thoir col
logo ribbons and yellow chrysan
themums. Substantial and standard
meats for Thanksgiving aro to
bo hud at tho Metropolitan Moat
They aro ready for Christmus
at W. V. Dimond's. Road thoir
latest announcement of now goods
arrived and to arrivo.
Chas. Wilcox, tho esteemed sec
retary of tho Board of Health, is
again at his desk although still
suffering considerable pain.
Tho Australia will havo a very
small outgoing passenger list, as
some of tlioso who had booked to
leavo have doferred thoir trip.
G. W. Hciutz, who is ouo of tho
high railroad officials of tho Unit
od States, leaves by tho Australia
this afternoon after a short
ploasuro trip here.
Captain Fitzgerald of tho Btoam
or Hawaii, who hus been laid up
in tho hospital for somo timo,
leaves on tho Australia this after
uoou to recuperate.
At the Christian church tomor
row morning, tho Rev. Jamos M.
Monroo will proacli ou "Christian
Activity." In tho ovoniug his
subject will bo " Tho Best
E. W. Jordan's No. 10 storo on
Fort streot has splendid lines of
ladies' dress and toilet goods,
rugs, toys and dolls. Elso where
will bo Been a double column list
of goods at this popular store.
Rev. H. W. Peck's subject at
tho morning service of tho Metho
dist church will bo "The Loul is
My Stiougth and My fc'oug." In
tho evening he will give tho
third of his illustrated Biblo
The music for tho Fiawley
Company will be furnished during
tho balauco of the season by an
orchestra made up from members
of tho Hawaiian National band,
commencing with tho matiuco this
In tho caso of Bipi, on trial iu
the polico court all the morning
on the chargo of selling swipes,
tho prosocution closed its caso at
noon and Judge do la Vorgno
postponed tho further hearing
until the 23rd.
Wall, Nichols Co. havo re
coived sorao Hawaiian airs for
thoir beautiful Regina music
boxos. Theso pieces of rausio cost
tho manifacturors $-10.00 oach to
reproduce. Wall, Nichols Co.
sell thorn at tho usual rate.
Auctioneer Morgan was earning
his money when he conducted tho
Marshal's sale of goods belonging
to tho firm of Brown & Kuboy
under distraint for rout, at noon
today. Tho ealo was hold in tho
vacant lot opposite tho polico sta
tion, nud tho way Morgan per
spired was distressing to behold.
Wnlldhl Hold I.Icciino.
It is learned that tho Executivo
Council has decided to issue a
restricted liquor license to tho
proposed Waikiki hotel. No bar
will bo allowed and sales will bo
limited to bona fido registered
guests. Liquors may also bo
served with meals.
Should tho conditions not
prove too stringent, tho public
may confidently expect in tho
near futuro to havo a first-class
hospice at tho beaoh.
Highest of nil In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
M. jjsa R k
Here is a nursing
bottlo that will
provo a comfoit to
infants. It 1ms 4
points in its favor.
1. It hnsn valve
or air inlet in the
end of tho bottlo
which admits air,
back of food, its fast
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
, vulvo docs
is easily ad
justed, but Si,.
f 0 L.
pulled out by
3. No secre
tion is possible,
as there aro no
angles or cor
ners in tho
4. This nurser
having an opening nt
each end. can he ensilv
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
tno greatest importance.
Price, 25 cents, complete.
IIOUKON DRUG CO., Agents,
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 21
Saturday Night, Nov. 21,
"The Lost Paradise."
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
"The Charity Ball."
Thursday Night, Nov. 29,
Saturday Matinee, Nov2S
"The Highest Bidder."
Saturday Night, Nov. 28,
Ov. Scuts for tho Eatire Second Wcok
wiTFtje on sale Saturday, Nov. 21. 4GUf
Tamo Geese; Teal,
Mallard and Spring Ducks,
Chickens, Loins and
Ribs of Pork,
Pork Tenderloins and
Metropolitan Meat Co,
Of Every De'iiptloii
At T. B. Murray's Carriage
I hnvo juBt opouetl my Now Shop nud
am prepared to Huit my old ami uow
patrons. M. LAN0V8TKU.
I 3 ,'
J. T. WATERHOOSE
A ship lond of Agntewnro
would bo a big lot for ono
storo oven in tho United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and moro than we receiv
ed, but what wo did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho people if t hoy saw
all tho articles in ono pilo.
Our stock of Agateware is
selected from "Firsts" not
"Seconds;" tho quality is the
best that can bo made and we
sell it at tho pieco you used to
pay for tho second quality.
This means a saving of 33
per cent,-because tho life of a
first-class price of Agateware
is a third longnr than ono of
tho second class.
When buying for tho holi
day season thero is moro
pleasure in receiving a usoful
present than in a bauble.
Every housowifo loves good
China and thero is nothing
more beautiful than a set of
Haviland. Wo havo a com
plete stock of this ware and
sell it in full sots or single
pieces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
Elates or a course set you can
j. T. WATERHOUSE
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Mocs lUclf about your Lawn, Travels
iu a straight llco or a circlo. Stops autom
atically. Sot for any length of hoso.
gjtf No Ruoh Sprinkler has over been
placed on tho market boforo.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & C00KE,
473 Fort Street,
Noiioo to Intending Furchasars,
As Assigneo of tho Estnto of H.
P. Poor, a bankrupt, I urn opon
tor negotiations for tho aula of his
real estate, situato at Knpnhulu
Knpiolani Park, 'aikiki. Mnp
of tho Biimo can bo seon nnd part
ticulure lournod by o.illing on mo
at my ofHoo on KnuhnmiuniStreot.
JOHN P. COLUURN.
Honolulu, Nov. 0,18. '153-tf
The Evening ' Bulletin. 75 cents
i per month.
For One Week Only!
A SPECIAL BARGAIN
N. S. SACHS'
520 F-ort Street.
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hovse
IBlack and Shades of Tan
ONLY 25 CENTS A PAIR.
E Guaranteed to be Absolutely Tost Color.
No. 10 Store
Iugsl lugsl IlgSl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapostry nnd Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BS" All Just Eecoived at
Offer this week a fine lino o
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
as usoful Christmas Pro
Bents and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
ALL TIIE BANKRUPT STOCK OF
Oolustone Bros, ot Portland, Ore
gou, ban been Purchased by
Tho Stock consists of lien's Light-Weight
Coats and Vosls, in Sizes from .).') to
50, Former jirico, $2 60 to $10. I Will
Soil Thorn from $1 25 to $G, in
Mohair, Cumol'a Hair and Flannol.
Also a Limited Number of Boy's Co its and
Vests nt SI.M), mid Ohildron's Suits
from 4 to 15 Yours of Age, from 2 to
Goods Will bo Placed oh Salo Saturday.
Nov. 21st, and Will Coutinuo Until
Thoy Havo Beou Sold Out.
I, LEVINGSTON, - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Struct
MARY PUBLICUM TYPEWRITER
OmcE; 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cartel' ofBoe. V. O;
Closing Them Out
Wo aro Closing Out Our
Stock of . . .
Our TJcgular Tailoring
Business has grown so
lurge that it requires all
our attention. . . .
Bargains in Neckwear!
CALL AND SEE I
H. S. TREGLOAN
Fort nnd Flotel HtroctR.
More often than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will como to us for your
clothes wo will see to it that
you leavo with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Difss up and make
Jltedfiiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Waverley Block, - - Honolulu:
MRS. H. H. ZEJLYE,
Successor to Mrs A M. Mollis, 620' Fort
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N. S. Saohs.
g3F Wedding Outfits and
Kidnig Habits a specialty.
J. A. FARIA,
200 King Street.
Fine -:- ITailoiung,
Cleaning1 and Iteiiulrlug-.
ISP 8ults to order ami gunrantevd to fit
and to please (Jlvo mo n call. 40Mm
For the noxt 30 days I will offer for sale
my Coffeo Kstivo in Olao, llawnil. This
Property couiistx of 200 Acres, all suitable
to the rikitilng of Coffeo.
107 Acres aro cleared nud pi tutcd,
105 Acres to coffee containing 85,000 trees.
52 Acres of which being plautod noarly a
53 Aores of which is moro recently planted.
2 Acres is plnntod to lawn, garden and
Tho Buildings, 1 Ihvelliug Houso, Japa
neBO House, Chicken House, Corn Hoube,
Cow Stublo nud Pig Pensi
ng" Tho Property is situatod at 18
miles on Volcino road. A good road lead
ing to the place,' title good nud terms to suit.
4001m Olau, Iiawuli.
Evening Bulletin- 7ocpcr month.
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